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This is Whonix legacy issue tracker.
- Unread notifications: https://phabricator.whonix.org/notification/query/unread/
- All notifications: https://phabricator.whonix.org/notification/query/all/
- Feed (more noisy, verbose): https://phabricator.whonix.org/feed/
Get E-Mail Notification for all New Maniphest Tasks
2) phabricator → Applications → Herald
3) Will end up here:
4) Click "Create Herald Rule".
5) Will end up here:
6) Choose "Maniphest Tasks".
7) Choose "Personal".
9) Configure as following.
10) When "all of" these conditions are met:
Is newly created? | is true
Take these actions "every time" this rule matches:
"Add me to cc"
10) Click "Save Rule".
Used Github Issues previously. Third party hosted. Potential vendor lock-in issue. Hard to migrate to another platform using API. Hard to make a full backup and import elsewhere.
Own experience by Patrick: Github did hide (delete) tickets if these were created by an account which later got compromised by a spammer. No notification about this is being sent out. Only github support can restore. Thereby notes can get too easily lost / forgotten.
- forums and issue tracker require different accounts (inconvenience, usability issue)
- no integration with discourse forums, therefore usability issue, discussion on issue tracker are disconnected from forum discussions
- spam registration issue
- excessive auto mysql backup size
- does not support bounties
- does not have bridge to github, therefore hard to connect to bountysource
- deleting objects cumbersome
- Whonix's least popular web app (more popular are discourse forums and mediawiki)
Works. Tested by Patrick.
Created a herald rule for Patrick. The rule itself is only visible to admins:
Dunno if the visibility of the rule can be changed. Asked in #phabricator irc.freenode.net. No answer. But nevermind.
It worked. See:
https://phabricator.whonix.org/T39 adretest created a new ticket and Patrick was automatically added to cc by phabricator because of the herald rule.